Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla Breeders near Darlington, County Durham

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  • Kisdon
    Pamela Edminson
    Current Health Tests
    3 Miles

    I established the KISDON name in 1974 and was well known throughout the 70's and 80's for producing successful Weimaraners. The Weimaraners were joined in 1994 by Shannamaya Solymar of Kisdon (Millie), the first of Kisdon's Hungarian Wire Haired Vizslas.
    All the Kisdon litters are born in the house and socialised with my other dogs. My priority throughout has been to breed for soundness, temperament, working ability and show quality.
    I am proud to have the Kennel Club Assured Breeders Accolade of Excellance.

  • Fourlums Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas
    Yvonne Deighton
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests
    10 Miles

    I have owned a variety of dogs all of my life but the lovely wires certainly own me. Their gentle charm and charisma have made them difficult to resist. The lovely young bitch Lily (Kisdons Attribute) is my second successful show wire from the Kisdon kennel, and my fourth wire. Lily enjoys agility and recently passed her Good Citizen Silver Test.

  • 15 Miles Gonegos Brenda and Roy Bebbington Richmond North Yorkshire

  • Lyharr
    Janet Sunter
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests
    15 Miles

    we came across this wonderful breed back in the late 90"s we now have 3 wires of our own, where they work on our estate here in grinton, but are also very much valued members of our family home, life just wouldnt be the same without our wires

  • 21 Miles Lanspar Mr T. A. and Mrs G. Pearson Bishop Auckland Durham

  • 33 Miles Haunsperg Keeley Newman-Jones Cumbria Cumbria

  • 43 Miles Riannor Susan ,Sophie Lawson Otley West Yorkshire

  • Cragvallie
    Ilex E. Whiting
    Nth Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests
    48 Miles

    Having shown Cragvallie Dalmatians for 40 years, the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla has now become my main breed. I first fell in love with the Wires in 1992, when I had the honour of judging Amor and Maya at NGA. I always keep strong working lines within my gundogs as I believe a dog should be capable of performing the job it was originally bred for, mine all display lots of working potential. I've owned smooth Vizsla, Basset Fauve de Bretagne, Dobermanns, a Boston terrier and a Longhaired & Mini Wire Dachshunds most dogs shown attaining a stud book entry, including a number of Champions, .... (click to read more)